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Article from BTNews 10 APRIL 2017

Como hotels in the spotlight

General managers from all 14 hotels and resorts in the Como Group have kicked off the latest awareness campaign for the Singapore-based company’s luxury properties around the world with an event at the Nobu restaurant in the Como Metropolitan Hotel in London.

The hotel portfolio also includes the Halkin, also in London, two other Metropolitan hotels in Bangkok and Miami Beach and the latest arrival, the Como Treasury in Perth, Western Australia.

Island resorts include Parrot Cay in the Turks and Caicos, Cocoa Island and Maalifushi in the Maldives, Point Yamu in Phuket and three Como Uma developments in Bali and Bhutan.

The group, founded by Singapore businesswoman Christina Ong, says each hotel property is hand-picked and individually curated to offer personalised luxury travel experiences, including “wellness” packages and award-winning cuisine.

The emphasis on good health is reflected in the latest development at the Metropolitan London, which has created an exclusive meeting package that puts wellbeing on par with productivity “ensuring delegates remain energised, and focused”.

Features include special Shambhala cuisine developed by Comos’ executive chefs over a 10-year period with the understanding, the company says, that “healthy cuisine can and should be both delicious and nutritious”.

www.comohotels.com

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